Bell & Gossett – September & October Webinar Series

Nicole Tilley Announcements

We are pleased to announce Bell & Gossett September & October 2020 webinar schedule. You can register for any upcoming or past webinars on Bell & Gossett’s Remote Training Hub, where you will also have access to Bell & Gossett Online Little Red Schoolhouse courses, podcasts and training video library.

For each webinar each attendee will receive a certificate which can use to meet professional development hour requirements.

Bell & Gossett Webinar Series

Design Basics of Fluid Economizer Systems

Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020, 2-3 p.m. ET

Join Bell & Gossett, a Xylem brand, to learn the fundamental design and application requirements for a fluid economizer system in compliance with the latest ASHRAE 90.1-2019 Prescriptive Compliance Path Section 6.5.1. Attendees of this webinar will be provided guidelines on cooling tower and gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger selection and performance assessment, system piping options, and suggested control strategies to maximize system operating efficiency.

During the one-hour webinar, Xylem will:

  • Examine ASHRAE 90.1 fluid economizer key requirements
  • Review Cooling Tower performance factors
  • Analyze and understand chiller operation relative to economizer design
  • Compare Cooling Tower/Heat Exchanger/Chiller piping arrangements
  • Outline proper Heat Exchanger sizing and selection

Click here to register: Bell & Gossett September 24th Webinar

Variable Speed Pressure Booster Primer

Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020, 2-3 p.m. ET

Join Bell & Gossett, a Xylem brand, to examine the basics of variable speed pressure boosters and hydro-pneumatic tanks.

Attendees of this webinar will learn a method to establish the systems flow and pressure requirements for booster pump and hydro-pneumatic tank selections. Examples of these calculations will be provided.

During the one-hour webinar, Xylem will:

  • Explain why a pressure booster is required Identify ASHRAE energy requirements
  • Describe a method for establishing the required system flow and pressure
  • Analyze minimum and maximum pressure requirements
  • Examine pump cut-in and cut-out pressures
  • Determine the systems hydro-pneumatic tank size
  • Calculate the required tank pre-charge pressure

Click here to register: Bell & Gossett October 1st Webinar